• Is Windows security an afterthought?

    As the editor of SearchWindowsSecurity.com, I often speak with users about their Windows security responsibilities. One senior systems analyst in particular sent me an interesting note recently... To give you some background, he's in charge of configuring and administering desktop systems...

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  • Biometrics

    I am looking for a method of utilizing a fingerprint reader on the iSeries. From an RPG program, I would like to prompt for input from a fingerprint reader and accept data from the reader. I do not want to utilize any 3rd party vendor software to do this.

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  • Yearly Data owner review listing

    Hi, We are currently on SAP 4.6C With SOX and other security settings we need to min. yearly prepare a user list per data owner, so that the data owner can review and sign-of on this. The data owner is determined per role. Now my question is, does anyone know a way of assigning a data owner to a...

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  • Regarding Previous Sign-on Date field as a result of DSPUSRPRF cmd.

    Is this field only updated when a person signs on via 5250 session? We have a client server environment where the programmers develop in delphi. Most all of our production user profiles are set to initial pgm *none and initial menu *signoff. But, in a fair amount of the user profiles I'm seeing...

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  • Security Forensics with Niksun or CA or Sandstorm

    Does any have experience recording and tracking traffic with playback using any of these venders. I am looking for the best solution to provide Forensics on my network. Niksun or CA or Sandstorm Also on a side not I am lookign for a product to do secure email delivery. Please let me know if anyone...

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  • Congress to ban sale of SSNs for commercial purposes?

    According to articles in today's Washington Post and Wall Street Journal, Congress is considering legislation to ban the sale of Social Security Numbers for commercial purposes, unless individuals give their permission. The Post article went on to opine that there appears to be a growing bipartisan...

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  • Qsecurity Level 40

    I am currently running at Security level 40. Can you tell what my programmers will and will not be able to do at this level. I have reviewed the Security Reference manual, but I was looking for a list that would indicate what a programmer can or cannot do. Thanks, Alvin

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  • MS Office Outlook 2003 Address book

    I use MS office outlook 2003 but this is not adding the e-mail addresses to the address book/contacts automatically when I reply to someone. This feature is available in Outlook express but I didn't find this feature in MSOO 2003. Is there any simple way I can add e-mail ids to contacts /address...

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  • CITRIX – How to Print outside LAN to OFF-Site printers

    I need your help in this scenerio! what are your 2 cents? Goal: To go to a FULL Citrix Enviroment, Aiming at Thin clients, maybe linux based Off-site: Offices connect through the internet, they have DSL/T1's. Right now they are using Citrix successfully. If they have a printer over there and they...

    Ocarmona0 pointsBadges:
  • Slow File sharing access in Win 98-2

    Actually I have 2 questions: I have a small workgroup of 3 XP Pro systems, 2 win98 systems, 1 win 2000 server and a 16 port ethernet switch(100mbps). I have enabled the ICS in the server and each compter can access files/printers and internet with the help of DHCP. 1) When I access the win98...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • NTFS permissions on Security Group

    Hi While adding users to a security group which has got NTFS permission on a folder, user doesn't get access without re-login. Is there any way to implement access permission without re-login after being added to group. Thanks Pramod

    PramodKT0 pointsBadges:
  • C:WINNTSYSTEM32SVCHOST.EXE svchost.exe-kwugroup, svchost.exe-k netsvcs, svchost.exe-k BITSgroup

    Dear All I have some meory issues and rang system scan with Norton, checked spyware, checked taskmanager servives and then downloaded very good tool called The Ultimate troubleshooter etc and now needs some guidance as to a number of instances of svchost.exe etc which have an extension after the...

    Jessica0 pointsBadges:
  • sync problem with outlook web access

    i have a sbs 2003 at my network and exchange work just fine from my internal lan and all the users accounts are get sync from the server, but unfortunately when users connect to theirs mailbox from outside the network through outlook web access their mailboxes are not getting synchronize from the...

    Drorbenyosef5 pointsBadges:
  • Systems to reduce Spyware, Adware and Malware into users PC

    Hi all, I would like to implement something to reduce the chances for users to be hit by Spyware, Adware and Malware while surfing the internet. What kind of systems would you recommend? Thanks

    1122330 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop to AS/400 encrypted communications

    We currently have many users connecting to multiple AS/400 servers using TCP/IP. The servers OS vary from V4R5 to V5R3. Several products are used to communicate through the network from the desktops to the different servers. We are looking for a solution that will encrypt the information being...

    Neverham0 pointsBadges:
  • Security COncern, Files deleted from Server

    Good morning to all, and hope everyone is dooing well. I have a security issue, and need help solving this. Someone in my company within Engineering staff deleted an entire group of folders. Unfortunately it was on a project that ended, and it was discovered this morning. I have luckily a back up...

    ESuazo0 pointsBadges:
  • Data Visibility in RBAC and Rule-based systems issues

    Actually, I have two questions: 1) are there known solutions of how to control access to data ( database records ) in RBAC system where business policy states, e.g., that data belonds to the users in certain geographical are may be viewed by users located in the same area? This is quite actual...

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  • Moving files without losing rights

    I am upgrading my network from NT to 2003. I am trying to move folders and files without losing any user's rights or access from a NT 40 domain to a Windows 2003 domain. How do I do this?

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  • DOS attack, DNS question

    My question has two parts, first: today at the place where i work we lost the internet, and after checking the firewall (sonicwall, this is a non profit organization so they cant afford the best stuff) i discovered it was more than likely a DOS attack. nobody could access the internet, and i could...

    KJC48550 pointsBadges:
  • Moving files without losing rights-2

    I am upgrading my network from NT to 2003. I am trying to move folders and files without losing any user's rights or access from a NT 40 domain to a Windows 2003 domain. How do I do this?

    SCAquarium0 pointsBadges:

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